The Duldig Studio

The Duldig Studio

The former home and artists' studio of sculptor Karl Duldig (1902-1986) and his wife, artist and inventor Slawa Duldig n©e Horowitz (c1902-1975).

The Duldig Studio museum and sculpture garden is a unique experience that offers remarkable insights into the lives and works of sculptor Karl Duldig and his artist-inventor wife, Slawa Horowitz-Duldig.

These artists' and their work hold an important place in Australia's 20th century art history. two of Australi's important 20th Century artists. Slawa was an artist and an inventor, creating the first modern compact folding umbrella Flirt in 1928.

This museum comprises a former residence with original Modernist art and furnishings, sculpture garden and working artists' studio left substantially intact by the Duldig family. Karl and Slawa's journey of migration and settlement parallels their creative lives and works, and included Vienna, Singapore, Tatura Internment Camp and Melbourne - St Kilda and East Malvern.

The museum features an exhibition space and hosts a range of public programs and events throughout the year.

❊ What's On ❊

The Duldig Studio | Tours and Opening Hours

❊ Address ❊

 ℅ Kurnan/w
 ⊜  92 Burke Road Malvern 3144 View Map
 ✆ Telephone: 03 9885 3358
92 Burke RoadMalvernVictoria03 9885 3358

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The Duldig Studio

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